Temperature compensated conductivity measurement for flow

Mike Edwards   

Products Endress+Hauser IO-Link Picomag

The Endress+Hauser compact Picomag flow monitoring device is now available with enhancements such as temperature compensated conductivity measurement and an increase in measuring accuracy from ±2% to ±0.8%.

The pocket-sized unit from Endress+Hauser is said to provide simple, reliable and maintenance-free measurement, whether the job is quantity measurement or process monitoring of cooling, warm or process water. It also requires no inlet/outlet runs, so it can be mounted directly before or after pipe bends.

Also, configuration data can be exported as a PDF for archiving in a computer or mobile device. The device offers an intuitive operation in the field via Bluetooth for signal acquisition up to 10 m and SmartBlue App for clear and fast configuration through a commissioning wizard.

It has a user-friendly, auto-rotatable 1.4 in. display, for automatic adjustment to the mounting position. With freely selectable I/Os, a user can easily select analog or digital communications with IO-Link. IO-Link reduces the complexity and increases productivity with connecting simpler devices to any fieldbus system.

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